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parakeets

one of the bird groups known as typical parrots in the family Psittacidae. Small parrots with long tails and include the budgerigar.
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Wildlife smugglers also bring in mynas, parakeets and similar birds from Leyte, Negros and Palawan to Cebu.
Ring-necked parakeets are an attractive shade of green, with a crimson bill and a long pointed tail.
A WILD parakeet that could have come from as far away as Afghanistan has made its home in Gresford.
There are 8,600 breeding pairs of ring-necked parakeets, 15 times more than in 1995, says the annual Breeding Bird Survey.
West Bengal [India], August 27 ( ANI ): The Border Security Force (BSF) on Sunday seized 43 Australian turquoise parakeets worth Rs 14.
The parakeets are descended from pets and aviary birds - popular since Victorian times - which have escaped or were deliberately released.
To explore the polymorphism in Cytb gene of Pakistani wild rose-ringed Parakeets; blood samples from 24 unrelated parakeets with typical phenotypic features were selected from different regions of Pakistan.
MYSTERY surrounds how a parakeet managed to travel 80 miles from Manchester to Coventry.
According to the report of Zoological Survey of Pakistan the population of Parrots and parakeets was on rapid decline.
Finches remained asymptomatic; parakeets and chickens showed sporadic clinical signs (lethargy, hunched posture, labored breathing) at 5-10 dpi.
The RSPB say that the UK does have a population of some 8,000 pairs of ringnecked parakeets which are bright green in colour and have a red beak.